This will stop catastrophes
The US Federal Aviation Administration has ordered Boeing 787 operators to switch their aircraft off and on every 51 days to prevent what it called several potential catastrophes.
Manufacturers cannot claim copyright on Hummers images
You would think that the makers of Hummers would be rather pleased to see their oversized off-roaders being used in a realistic combat game, but apparently not. AM General, the government contractor for Humvees sued Call of Duty maker Activision for using Hummers.
Die Die my darling
SK Hynix has released more info on its upcoming DDR5 memory, which it has developed in correspondence with JEDEC's progression of the standard and it quadruples the maximum capacity of DDR4 dies.
Probably not the best for your video communications
While many are switching to Zoom to solve their coronavirus lockdown communications problems, the video conferencing software has been dubbed a security nightmare by those in the know.
Breaks the 5Ghz barrier, goes to 5.3GHz
Intel’s claims its 10th-gen mobile CPUs have broken the 5GHz barrier to bring better overall performance, faster 4K video rendering and higher frames per second in gaming, to mobile and portable devices. However, it has given us comparisons against chips which are more than three years old.
Supreme Court ruling
The UK's Supreme Court ruled that British supermarket group Morrisons cannot be held liable for a 2014 data breach in which a former employee posted personal details of over 100,000 staff members on internet.
You are supposed to be journalists, so journ for goodness sake
British broadcasters are being warned that they face sanctions from the media regulator if they give airtime to bizarre claims that the coronavirus was spread by 5G.
Mobile revolution stalled
Beancounters at CCS have added up some numbers and reached the conclusion that sales of mobile phones will slump to their lowest level for a decade due to the impact of coronavirus.
Tile, which helps users find missing items,said it is completely lost why the convicted monopolist Apple's anti-competative antics are getting worse.